Great news! I'm now officially up on the #MSWL website. Feel free to check out my bio, and if your project matches my interests, I'd love to see your query in my inbox.
I've been into video game speedrunning lately and I know there's a book on the subject somewhere out there waiting to be published. It'd more than likely be non-fiction, highly narrative.
The latest drama that has me hooked:
Agents-Only #MSWL: Adult fiction & nonfiction projects of any genre that take risks with narrative structure and voice. Anything that can comp to Han Kang or Banana Yoshimoto. Also, stories set in diaspora communities and/or non-Western contexts.
I am still actively looking for new clients. Women’s fiction is on my #MSWL. I’d love to find some beach reads and romance that crosses over into the women’s fiction realm. I’m also hungry for more nonfiction—especially narrative and/or those with a culinary bent.
Jessica Faust @BookEndsJessicaBooks I've been reading and loving lately (mostly business and personal empowerment) are authors like Simon Sinek, @JenSincero and @KellyCorrigan9
I'd really love more guided journals--unique books to inspire people #MSWL
"Non fiction: parenting, feminism, health, wellness, business, essay collections—from individuals with large platforms (bloggers, YouTube, newsletters etc)” @carlywatters #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/
Cassandra Farrin @CassaCassaCassaIt's official! I'm the new Managing Editor @Amberjackpub. Looking forward to supporting our current authors with their already fantastic, inventive books, and looking forward to more amazing submissions in the coming year!
On this note, #MSWL for agents: Although we're closed for submissions in May/June for a busy production schedule, I'd break that rule for a couple more outstanding adult fiction & nonfiction titles to round out our upcoming list!